Ugandan “Kill The Gays” Conference Ministry Peddling “How To Raise The Dead” Videos

Jim Burroway

October 4th, 2011

Patricia King, of Phoenix-based Extreme Prophetic ministries has a how-to video series on raising the dead that she’s peddling for only $215.

Extreme Prophetic last made the news in 2009, when one of their music ministers, Caleb Lee Brundidge, went to Uganda for an anti-gay conference with Holocaust Revisionist Scott Lively and Exodus International Board Member Don Schmierer. Extreme Prophetic, King, and Brundidge have refused to discuss their role in that fateful conference which kicked off nationwide pandemonium and calls for a law to kill gay people. The only statement they made was this: “As a ministry we do not have an official opinion on political policies.”

Extreme Prophetic is an adherent to Seven Mountains Theology, which has been identified with C. Peter Wagner’s New Apostolic Reformation movement. Brundidge is a techno-music rave-for-Jesus organizer for Extreme Prophetic. In one YouTube video, Extreme Prophetic Itinerant Melissa Fisher describes how she and Brundidge took a field trip to several Phoenix mortuaries trying to resurrect the dead. You can read about one man’s lunch date with Brundidge here.

[Video via Joe.My.God]

Rebecca Ashling

October 4th, 2011

I thought Christian fundamentalists were against the use of necromancy and other magicks? Evidently not, my bad.


October 4th, 2011

Funny how this crap never seems to actually WORK. You’d think people would get the message and not give these idiots money.

Good thing it doesn’t work though, I’d rather the Zombie Apocalypse not happen in real life.


October 4th, 2011

She scares me.


October 4th, 2011

Okay, in clicking on the Joe My God link I could not help but notice this thing was on *18* DVDs…


Who in the hell has time to watch all that crap??


October 4th, 2011

Wasn’t the New Apostolic Reformation movement the main group associated with Republican Rick Perrys’ Day of Prayer a month or so back?. Talk about raising the dead!

Ben in Oakland in Hawaii

October 5th, 2011

I’m on vacation, so not supposed to comment. But we have only three choices here.



Or severe mentl illness.


October 5th, 2011

Is there a forth option for D) All of the above??


October 5th, 2011

The Melissa King video is the funniest video i’ve ever seen. Are you sure she’s for real? She’s having such a good time in those mortuaries, despite a zero% success rate.

Bill T.

October 7th, 2011

Patricia King: Zombie Queen.

Bill T.

October 7th, 2011

Wouldn’t it be funny if the only people she could raise from the dead were gay atheists?

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